"I got seven rooms back there", Gallogly snapped before asking her if she even wanted to be seen.
Now the doctor, Peter Gallogly, of Gainesville After Hours Clinic, is being investigated by the Gainesville Police Department, Officer Ben Tobias told the Gainesville Sun on Tuesday.
Stipe, who said her symptoms were later diagnosed as pnemonia, said Gallogly snatched her daughter's phone out of her hand when he realized she was recording.
The doctor released a statement to FOX 35 saying,"Ms. Stipe had been increasingly belligerent and abusive to office staff, cursing them and threatening them with violence", allegations which she has denied. He wrote that she received her refund but refused to leave.
Stipe asked for her copay to be refunded so she could go to a different clinic the next day "because I'm just that miserable that all I want is my bed".
The video, he said, was heavily edited and taken out of context. Stipe, who said she is pregnant, had an appointment for 6:30 p.m.
Stipe wrote in the caption that she was "severely sick" and went to Gainesville After Hours clinic for a check-up.
The video has been viewed 250,000 times on Facebook, as of Wednesday afternoon.
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"Are you kidding me?" the doctor asks, his voice raised. "Gallogly responds." Do you know how many people.
But by 7:45 p.m., she was angry because all they had done so far take her urine for a test.
Stipe is seen telling the doctor that they should tell people with appointments that they won't be seen in a "timely manner".
"I want to go home and get in my bed", she replied as he told her to "get the hell out". "Get your money and get the hell out".
"If you go to CareSpot, you're waiting for three hours".
In her Facebook post, Stipe said she spoke with Gainesville police but that they weren't able to press charges because there were no injuries.
Gallogly tells Stipe to "Get the f*** out of my office".
He doesn't defend his behavior but claims he lost his temper: 'While not an excuse for my behavior, a basic reason for my reaction is that I simply regard my staff as family, and I over-reacted to defend them'. At that point, Gollogly grabs the girl's phone and walks away with it before the video ends. Stipe believed she had symptoms of pneumonia, according to the Independent Florida Alligator, the University of Florida's student newspaper.